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frank lloyd wright powerpoint

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zack lawler

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Images from Shutterstock.com The Architect The Life & Masterpieces of Frank Lloyd Wright Principles of Art Frank Lloyd Wright used many principles of art, such as variety in size & shape. When & Where Fallingwater-1935, south of Pittsburgh, PA
Home & Studio-1889, Oak Park, IL
Taliesin Studio-1911, Spring Green, WI
My favorite, Fallingwater is very interesting because it's built over a waterfall, a perfect example of his principles, our natural roots, mixed with modern art. Small Beginnings... & Endings Much of Frank's designs included & preserved natural pieces, such as a tree IN the house. Much of this encourages & proves that you can build in, throughout & around nature, not on top of it. Elements of his art included this, as well as lots of geometric shapes, horizontal & vertical lines & art deco designs. Hug A Tree Frank Lincoln Wright was born on June 8th, 1867. His parents, William & Anna Lloyd, raised him in the farming town of Richmond Center, Wisconsin. Years later he married, built a house & died on April 9th, 1959. Frank Lloyd Wright was an American designer, architect & writer, who designed more than 1,000 projects & completed more than 500. Compare & Contrast Frank often mixed modern art with the naturalistic roots of life & built his designs in his "organic architecture." Many architects presently don't think twice about cutting down whatever is in their way.
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